Yasa, Metin
June 2003
Ekev Academic Review;Summer2003, Vol. 7 Issue 16, p35
Academic Journal
The purpose of the paper is to enquire the atheistical interpretation of religion. It begins with a discussion of religion and ends with the idea of God and its dimensions.. Why the atheistical interpretation of religion? As it is known, the idea of atheism, the reality of good and evil, the desire of man's immortality are, no doubts, among the problems of religion. On this account it is important to discuss a subject we can call ‘the atheistical interpretation of religion’ in the context of atheism.


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